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Freshman at Oberlin College
A smile can mean anything -- excitement, gratitude, forgiveness and fear, and just because this chapter of our lives is ending does not mean the new one will not bring just as many smiles.
Arianna Huffington Speaks To The Nightingale School's Senior Class Of 2012
At Nightingale, you've been encouraged to "take risks, to try out new ways of thinking, to test intellectual limits, and
Knowledge is Power
Valedictorian, Hollidaysburg Area Senior High School
Our future is an empty book that we have the power to write. Challenging as this may sound, it's marvelous.
Never Stop Learning
High school student in Florida
My best piece of advice is to recognize that, as human beings, we will never stop growing and never stop learning.
Everything You Do, Do it Big
Valedictorian, Starkville High School
What is so inspiring about this class, and our entire school actually is that there is a feeling that... we actually like each other.
Savannah T. Reed
College student in Maine
Sure and firm self-esteem will keep us steady and confident when we emerge into a new world. Never lost, we will always know who we are, wherever we are.
Seek and You Shall Find, Graduates
High school student in Oregon
In the end, there are lots of things we are going to want in our lives, but they won't all come to us. I hope that this Class of 2012 keeps looking. There's no telling what we'll find!
Be the Change
Umar Umaru Abare
High school senior in Newark
First, you must want success as much as you want air. Unless you believe that you need success to survive, you will be far less than what you have the potential to be. Second, never lose who you are.
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